I opened up Task Manager to see what it is causing the hang, but processor activity does not go up 40%7. My current best guess is that it is because they are not in the same workgroup. Click on "Reconnect at logon" to make the connection permanent, which means the drive will remain mapped even after you restart the computer. Kathryn –Kathryn Codo Nov 15 '12 at 17:32 | show 1 more comment active oldest votes Know someone who can answer? Check This Out
The number of 7 machines (including the 'server') 3. One clarification: when you said that "we need to set up the Windows 7 machine as a user on the XP machine and make them part of the Administrators group" I The Windows 7 machine are running on 'Work Network' so homegroup isnt enabled. I have 7 Ult and XP prof, and i can`t map from 7 to XP, after follow step-by-step guid my problem stay, Seven ask for pass.
I have also ran some diagnostic tests from the Dell website and found no issues either12. So guys, please MAKE SURE if you are going to piggy back on the GUEST account, which is one of the CLEANEST ways to just SMASH into that Win 7 C$ How is posting a MS OS license a resolve? They are having the mapped drives shade out and the only thing that gets them reconnected is restarted the computer.
Any ideas? My System Specs OS Windows 7 home premium 32 bit . In this case you may need to change the NTLM authentication level. Lost Connection To Network Drive Monday, June 14, 2010 5:15 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote No luck - still losing access to local shares.
It seems whatever caused this to happened, was on the old computer itself. Disconnected Network Drive Fix If i close the connection to that file through the server, i can go back and open the File through the network9. Can you site one authorative reference for all the 'stuff' you have said here?If you found this post helpful, please give it a "Helpful" vote. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/13197/map-a-network-drive-from-xp-to-windows-7/ Look in upper left of Control Panel to click/switch between Classic and Category View.
Click Choose homegroup and sharing options in the lower list (this opens Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network and Sharing Center\Homegroup) 5. Microsoft Windows Network The Local Device Name Is Already In Use Make sure and check the box next to Remember my credentials if you don’t want to log in every time to access it. Only one computer that I'm aware of has the problem. after the was disabled there were no more dropped connections. 9.
Thursday, June 09, 2011 9:52 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Yes, I understand you want to get a good picture to offer good advice, its much appreciated. i thought about this Launch regedit from Start Search box.2. Mapped Drive Disconnects Randomly All of this computers are running with Windows XP Pro. Windows 7 Loses Mapped Network Drives I will have a play around when it next breaks and find out who pings who and so on.
Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. his comment is here Now how comical is that ?? But I cannot connect to Windows 7 machine from an XP machine. Proposed as answer by WilliamWirthTorres Sunday, February 13, 2011 12:30 AM Sunday, February 13, 2011 12:24 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote To All, Here is what I Windows 7 Mapped Drive Timeout
August 25, 2010 Juan I dont have a Local Users and Groups. I have mapped a couple of folders on the server and can connect just fine when I first start my pc. In my case I have 2 machines, first one is = Win XP Pro second one = Win 7 Everything is on a private HOME network (No domains, no fancy stuff). http://webdtools.com/windows-7/windows-7-restarting-itself-randomly.html Friday, May 31, 2013 1:55 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Do one more settings also ...
I am only having a small network and don't have any file server. Net Use there is no local computer policy settings. But the XP machines will sometimes lose connection to the network drives when accessed.
The network troubleshooter was no help, and I'm running out of ideas! In this article, I'll explain how you can map a drive in Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and even via the command prompt. I mean in my case I have two machines that are NOT on the Internet…..and many other people have EXACTLY this type of setup. The 1 XP machine that is still XP for this post I will call File_Machine (because this is where I hold my files and map to from the other machines. 1.
Now we can map to the entire drive. I've turned the firewall off on the "server:, no difference so I turned the firewall back on. It solves all the issues and, trust me, once you think you have a good work around, it will just magically stop or become intermittent. http://webdtools.com/windows-7/windows-7-freezes-randomly.html My symptoms are that any time I try to send or receive large files from my network drive, it gets about 100mb in and then my computer is completely booted off
Check for errors in the Windows Event Log The Event Log service records significant events in the Event Log. (Event Log service Startup Type should = Automatic so it’s starts on